Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Percentage of Students Receiving Financial Assistance: 49%
- Average Grant per Student: $12,000
The Heights is committed to a quality-driven admissions process that provides access to a Heights education for as many deserving boys as possible. The Heights uses need-based aid and scholarships to make attendance possible for qualified students who would not otherwise be able to do so for financial reasons. Need-based aid and scholarships also ensure a student body that reflects a broad social and economic mix. Financial aid is intended to supplement a family’s own resources, and recipients range from families whose ability to pay school costs is extremely limited, to families who may need only a minor subsidy to meet our tuition requirements.Begin our FACTS Financial Aid Application Process here.
Learn more about grants at our Financial Aid Orientation at 7:30pm on Tuesday, December 10th.
We are very pleased to offer two Upper School scholarships: The Cavalier Scholarship and the Blatty Scholarship. Both awards are need and merit-based, and will be awarded to applicants who demonstrate academic promise, moral character, and the zeal and spirit of a future Heights leader.
- Every qualified applicant for financial aid will be automatically considered for these Scholarships.
- The Blatty Scholarship funds three students at a time, and thus is only offered three out of every four years.
Notes on Financial Aid and Scholarships:
- Please note that all supporting tax and other documents should be sent to FACTS directly, not to The Heights. Supporting documentation is required and your application will not be considered complete until its submission.
- Documentation Required: 2021 tax return, including 2021 W-2, and most recent pay stub
- For new upper school students, applications for grants and scholarships, along with supporting documentation, are due by December 16, 2022.
- For all returning students, applications for grants and scholarships, along with supporting documentation, are due by January 9, 2023.
- For new lower and middle school students, applications for grants and scholarships, along with supporting documentation, are due by January 18, 2023.
- Aid and scholarship decisions, along with admissions decisions, will be mailed jointly on February 16, 2023.
- Upper School: $34,700
- Middle School: $31,360
- Lower School: $25,800
Tuition at The Heights, for lower, middle, and upper schools, includes the cost of books. Basic school supply costs are kept to a minimum for academic subjects.
For information on international student tuition, please click here.
The Heights uses FACTS for tuition management, and for financial aid and scholarship assessment. If you have questions about signing up for FACTS or our financial aid process, please contact Bill James in the Business Office at firstname.lastname@example.org, (301) 365-0227, ext. 221.